Saturday, June 25, 2022


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Naga 3 to be 90 percent non-gaming with focus on tech


NagaCorp says 90 percent of its $3.5 billion Naga 3 property will consist of non-gaming amenities, with a strong focus on high-tech elements.

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Bowie very confident of the future of industry, mass to dominate


MGM China CEO Grant Bowie said he is “very confident” about the future of Macau’s gaming industry, as the region’s gaming operators shift thei

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Wynn Palace to get 150 tables: Lionel Leong


Macau’s Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong, today announced that the government will allocate 150 tables to Wynn Macau for Wynn Palace

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Wynn Palace application for gaming tables under review


Gaming operator Wynn Macau has already filed its application for gaming tables and slot machines for its Wynn Palace project, said DICJ director Paulo

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Moody's revises Studio City Finance's ratings outlook to 'negative'


Moody's Investors Services has revised to ‘negative’ from ‘stable’ the outlook of Studio City Finance Limited's B2 corporate family rating and

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Solid opening for Studio City; possible VIP area in future, analysts say


Macau’s Studio City delivered a solid opening as the new Hollywood-themed casino unveiled its non-gaming amusements, UBS said, and though not housin

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Melco lenders face crunch as tables fall short of targets


Lenders to Melco Crown’s Studio City face debt renegotiations as the company does not have enough gaming tables for the $3.2 billion project ahead o

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Galaxy Phase 2 gets 100 new tables


Macau’s Secretary for Economy and Finance Leong Vai Tac has decided to allocate 100 tables to Galaxy Macau phase 2’s mass gaming operations, with

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Studio City forms back-up plan over table allocation


Studio City International Holdings announced that with the possibility that the table allocation for Studio City's gaming area may be lower than antic

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Studio City mass focus dependent on table allocation


Melco Crown CEO Lawrence Ho said the casino operator’s mass market strategy for Studio City is dependent upon the number of gaming tables granted by

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Melco Crown could default on Studio City loan


Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd. said there is a possibility it could default on its $1.4 billion Studio City project if it cannot secure certain condit

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Macau government sticks to 3 percent table growth rate


Macau’s Secretary for Economy and Finance Lionel Leong Vai Tac said the government will  stick to its decision to not allow the average annual grow

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Casinos in Vegas begin to go cashless


MGM Resorts International and Wynn Resorts no longer allow cash at their poker tables, a push that possibly reflects that casino operators are trying

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Suncity expands operations in Manila:UBS


SunCity will be enlarging its footprint in Manila soon, with fixed room operations in City of Dreams and Bloomberry’s Solaire Casino, UBS analysts

Galaxy to get less tables than hoped, UBS says


Macau’s Galaxy Phase 2 may only be granted up to 150 new gaming tables, far less than what it can accommodate, USB analysts argue. “There have b

Paradise to expand casinos, boost table count by 10 percent


South Korea’s Paradise Co. plans to expand some of its casinos and boost the table count by more than 10 percent, Vice Chairman Lee Hyuk-Byung told

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